Riding School

Riding at Warminster Saddle Club

Our Riding School is open 5 days each week, with lessons taking place in our  indoor school throughout the day and into the evening. Tuition is provided by our BHS Accredited Professional Coaches. We have horses and ponies suitable for adults and children of all abilities.


If you’re planning a social event for your company or are looking for some creative team-building, a ridden or non-ridden session at Warminster Saddle Club makes a great team activity. 


Please note for horse welfare, we have a weight limit of 13.5 stone.


Our Lessons


We offer private, semi-private and group lessons, all of a 45 minute duration. Depending on the rider’s ability, lessons can cover flatwork, jumping or a combination of both.


Lead Rein Lessons


Riders aged four and up can take part in private or group lead rein lessons. Young beginner riders must be led by a parent or guardian for the duration of the lesson. 

Stable Management


We regularly run stable management courses.

  • Felix and Friends, fun entry level courses for children
  • Paddy & Pals, the next step for those who have completed Felix & Friends, or who already have some basic horse care knowledge
  • BHS Bronze / Silver Challenge Awards (About The Horse)



We are hoping to add hacking to our range of activities in the near future. This will be for experienced riders only.


Fun Activities

  • Pony Parties
  • Own a Pony Days
  • Themed Activity Days
  • Toddler sessions (coming soon)

Gift Vouchers


Our Warminster Saddle Club gift vouchers make ideal presents for riders of all ages! Available to purchase in any denomination or for a particular activity.


Essential Information


Your First Lesson

  • If you’re visiting us for your first riding lesson, here are a few tips to help you come prepared.
  • We have riding hats available for you to borrow for your first few lessons. After that, please provide your own hat that meets current safety standards.
  • Riders are requested to wear long trousers and a shoe or boot with a low, flat heel. Trainers, sandals or flip-flops are not allowed. We have a selection of riding boots that you can borrow for your lesson, but we can’t guarantee to have your size available.
  • Wear clothing that is suitable for the time of year and weather conditions on the day. Gloves are a good idea whatever time of the year you’re riding. Your lesson may be outside so bring a coat if it’s cold or raining.  If you’re going to be jumping then it’s sensible to wear a long-sleeved top.
  • Jewelry should be kept to a minimum and only stud earrings should be worn. Long hair is to be tied up.
  • Remember that riding is a sport so you may get a bit sweaty and feel tired after your lesson! We grade all of our horses so that we can match you to a ride suitable for your ability, but please bear in mind that horses are living creatures and may occasionally act unpredictably.



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